Dodgers, Reggie Williams Agree to Terms; Perconte Signs a Minor League Contract

The Dodgers said Wednesday that outfielder Reggie Williams has agreed to a contract for 1987. Williams appeared in 128 games last season as a rookie, hitting .277 and driving in 32 runs.

Dodgers still unsigned are relief pitcher Ken Howell, shortstop Mariano Duncan, third baseman Jeff Hamilton, first baseman Franklin Stubbs and outfielder Ralph Bryant. Al Campanis, Dodger vice president, said the club is close to signing Stubbs.

The Dodgers also announced the signing of free-agent infielder Jack Perconte to a contract with their Albuquerque team in the Pacific Coast League. Perconte, 32, played for the Dodgers in 1980-81, spending the last five seasons with Cleveland, Seattle and the Chicago White Sox. He has a career average of .270.

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